Beacon Theatre
New York, New York - March 21, 1998 - CD-R3 - Aud 6

Disc 1:

  1. Don't Want You No More
  2. It's Not My Cross to Bear
  3. Sailin' 'Cross the Devil's Sea
  4. Ramblin' Man
  5. I'm Not Crying
  6. Black Hearted Woman
  7. Stormy Monday
  8. Blue Sky
  9. True Gravity

Disc 2:

  1. Intermission 1
  2. Intermission 2
  3. Pony Boy
  4. Weep and Moan
  5. Judgment Day
  6. Come on In My Kitchen
  7. Melissa
  8. One Way Out
  9. Dreams
  10. Statesboro Blues

Comments: What is it about the Beacon runs that moves the ABB to new heights? I don't know, but this is an absolutely thrilling performance, a must-have. The slide work on "Sailing Across the Devil's Sea" is phenomenal, out of the box, and really takes this song over the edge. And the dual leads on "Ramblin' Man" - the best ever in my book, and of course that's saying a lot! Recommended.

Update - May 21, 2004: We here are Geetarz would like to thank the many people who have, in the interest of sharing the music, graciously contributed reviews, comments, setlists, photos, and cover scans. Unfortunately not everyone feels the same. A contributor was kind enough to send in covers for this set, but unfortunately the creator of those covers was quite offended to see his work enjoyed by others. Let's dig into the Geetarz mailbag!

A friend gave me the link to your website and since 
I make CD cover artwork I was interestet and browsed 
through your pages. I was really astonished to find 
20 of my covers on your website with no credits! 
That's a bit too much! You never asked me! I don't 
accept this! I summon you do delete all my covers from
your pages!


My artwork is for free download but never for free 
upload to any other website ! You have to respect that !
You may add a link to my website to your collection of 
links. See my link at the very bottom of this mail.
What a pleasant, sharing attitude! We here at Geetarz certainly would never want to offend anyone - especially someone who demands respect like our friend Gringo. After all, he could simply have written a nice, pleasant note, asking for a link and recognition, like that given to the artwork by others on this site - and who knows, given the traffic generated by the Geetarz site, he may have even made some new friends. But instead he immediately went into attack mode. Not very nice at all, is it? All offending artwork has been removed so as not to upset the delicate creative temperment of our friend. Peace!